TOWSON, Md. - When it come to shopping for the holidays, maybe people end up at the big department stores or big malls to get all of their gift buying done. However, there are many other great stores that are local which could add to your holiday ideas.
Friday on Good Morning Maryland @ 9's "On the Go" series, Charley Crowson visited the Shops at Kenilworth in Towson to learn more about not only the great local shopping, but also where you can find some great Ravens merchandise, how the the annual train garden is put together, and how you can even donate to needy kids this time of year.
To see Charley's tour through the Shops at Kenilworth, click on the video box to the left to see each of his segments. We have also provided a link to the left for more information.
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